2010-11 Men's Track & Field
Chris Bednarczyk Distance
Blane Bowen Distance
Jacob Boyd Jumps
Wally Bradford Mid-Distance
Chris Bradley Sprints
Keith Button Mid-Distance
Sean Carey Jumps
David Carter Mid-Distance
Carmelo Castillo Mid-Distance
Logan Coan Sprints
Mickey Delcambre Sprints
Nick Fagan Distance
David Goad Throws
Joel Hartenberger Distance
Kiefer Heiman Mid-Distance
Chad Henkel Sprints
Joe Holy Sprints
Ryan Hough Distance
Chris Hovan Jumps
Joe Johnson Mid-Distance
Pat Johnson Distance
Evan Lynch Jumps
Jarrett Mickens Jumps
Chris Miko Distance
Mack Morris Distance
Jordan Piaskowy Distance
Matthew Przybyla Mid-Distance
Andrew Rixon Throws
Bill Rixon Throws
Ryan Ruppel Sprints
Caleb Schmal Distance
Derek Schnake Mid-Distance
Steve Schubert Jumps
Travis Simmons Jumps
Julian Smith Sprints
Ryan Stegenga Throws
Charlie Walesa Jumps
Aaron Willis Sprints
Full Roster
Adam Piaskowy

Adam Piaskowy

POSITION Assistant Coach

One of the fastest runners in Crusader history, Adam Piaskowy is in his fifth season under Mike Straubel as an assistant coach for the Valpo men's and women's cross country teams. He also serves an as assistant coach for the Crusader track and field squads.

In his first four years coaching the Valpo cross country squads, Piaskowy has seen 13 Crusader runners earn All-League accolades. He has also coached Laura Rolf as she has earned three All-Region honors and was named the 2007 Horizon League Women's Cross Country Athlete of the Year.

Piaskowy spent four seasons with both the Valpo men's cross country and track teams, running the third-fastest 10K in program history as a senior.

During that senior year, Piaskowy earned Second Team All-Conference honors by finishing 12th at the Mid-Continent Conference Championships. The Crete, Ill. native also posted top-ten finishes at the Crusader Invitational and Evansville Invitational in his final year running for Valpo.

Piaskowy ran his career-best 10K at the 2004 NCAA Great Lakes Regional Meet, covering the course in 33:15.1, slower all-time than only Aaron Crague and Nate Iben, and the fastest time since Crague's 31:56.4 in 2001.

In 2005, Piaskowy earned his bachelor's degree in finance from Valparaiso.